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an impact on its export industry. >>> the japanese government filed a complaint against canada for unfairing subsidizing its solar energy sector. the ontario government is planning to increase their ratio next year. japan said the subsidies are not fair to japanese solar panel makers operating in canada and says they violate wto rules, which ban unfair treatment of imported products. japan says it will ask the organization to establish a committee of experts to resolve the case if agreement through talks is not reached between the two countries. the government says it has taken that case to the wto to prevent the rise of protectionism in environmental-related industries. the solar energy sector is forecast to see substantial growth. the united states and the european union are expected to file complaints. >>> prime minister kan has asked california governor arnold schwarzenegger to invest in japan's bullet train system for the united states' plans transportation system. he said there had been no fatal accidents since it was introduced more than 40 years ago. the prime minister asked the gove
a country. like canada, you know? >> or thailand. >> i wouldn't want to be banned from the country of hawaii though because it is beautiful. >> or the country of puerto rico. >> the island people of hawaii are fantastic. >> or florida for that matter, the panhandle state. >> this kid sucks because he referred to himself as a teenager. that's what you do when you are a teenager. that's when you say when you are 35 or 40. when you say it and you are a teenager, you are an ass. >> maybe the attorney wrote it for him. >> >> i like his name. it is not as good as trapp summers. from now on, i am trapp summers. do you think the authorities would have acted similarly if it was bush? or do you think bush gets stuff like this all the time? >> i think they take these matters seriously regardless of the party trap. i think this is something they would have done in the same instance as president bush. >> one thing, he was not charged criminally. it is interesting why they would go and investigate this and not charge him criminally. however, they ban him from the country. it doesn't make sense. >> this th
-month journey across the united states and lower canada. i document this tore on a map that i painted for the project and also from previous projects called the road map to lost america. on the map i have taken all of the contemporary borders off the map and replaced them with native territories, and then overlaid it with contemporary highways. i have scheduled venue stops at different areas along the tour, from california to south dakota, that will serve as headquarters for my local research. when i was researching the traveling medicine show, i came across this. they had put out an elixir, and it referred to the elements that came out because of the high stress, high-pressure life, mostly because of the industrial revolution. anyway, i was fascinated by the term american-itis, and i thought it did a lot about the stress-related illnesses, and i was impressed that they picked up on that and the 1800's. i did a survey to see if it was irrelevant element today. i have a series of eight painted banners that are retellings of american history. i am particularly interested in transition h
of canada and trying to push toward our region. the most recent showers at the canadian border have been running out of steam and moisture. we have a couple of scattered clouds associated with that. that is what we're seeing today. the front went through our region almost unnoticed and then scattered cloud cover. high pressure coming in behind it should deliver another beautiful day tomorrow. this front may be of little stronger and more organized as it comes in thursday evening which is the next best chance for rain. tomorrow will be a beauty. highs from 77-82 and a west breeze at 6-12 miles per hour. sunrise is at 6:48 a.m. and will go down at 7:15 p.m. on the day tomorrow, western wins a wider than today with waves around 1 foot. now advisories for the water tomorrow. water temperatures around 75 degrees. a beautiful day out in the western maryland mountains. near the bay, sunshine in abundance with temperatures right around 80 degrees. brands will be lighter out of the west mark. lower eastern shore, of warmer with mostly sunny skies. ocean city and surrounding areas should have beau
to nearly all antibiotics. it has sickened three people in this u.s. and canada. they people were receiving medical care in india where the problem is widespread. >>> americans are washing their hands more often. a new survey finds 85% of people wash their hands in public restaurants. that's up 8% since 2007 and the highest since the survey started. the h1n1 may have sparked the improvement. the survey found women wash their hands more than men. >>> as many as 9 million americans can be at risk for severe health problems and not even know it. the disease known as peripheral artery disease or pad occur when fat builds up in blood vessels in areas of the body besides the brain and heart, specifically in the legs leading to severe cramping when exercise or just walking. many people choke it up to getting older but poor circulation can mean foot ulcers don't heal and if it is bad enough loss of a limb. it is linked to buy piece and kidney -- diabetes and kidney disease so are there a lot of reasons not to ignore it. >>> 20 state are the calling the health care reform plan unconstitutional. fede
sell cigarettes. in canada, there are no pharmacies that sell cigarettes. they have been outlawed. thank you so much for your consideration. i will answer any questions you might have. supervisor chiu: thank you. mr. gordon? >> thank you, dr. katz, for your leadership with this issue. my name is bob gordon. i am a member of the san francisco tobacco free coalition. after saying just a few words i would like to deliver to you several letters from pharmacists in san francisco. they would like to see all pharmacies, licensed, her becoming tobacco free. i would like to read a typical comment, both of these pharmacists were not able to leave their stores to make it to the hearing. the first is from gerald of a los. "der supervisors, pharmacies dispense medication and health information to promote and maintain the good health of our patients. to this end, case has not carried tobacco products for 11 years. i am writing to urge support of the ordinance, banning the sale of tobacco products in all stores and pharmacies. -- pharmacies." another pharmacist here from the castro, "time for sa
river park in new york, and the blue waste plant in the city of vancouver, canada, and the one that most resembles our waterfront is the port of oakland's waterfront plan, which is a good example of some of the work that we can apply to the southern waterfront. as a part of best practices, we looked at sign it, how we can improve sign it to provide continuity on the system, site furnishings -- how we design and establish criteria for furnishings that are durable, made tenable, comfortable, and usable. and again, the idea of connections. how do we connect open spaces together down to the waterfront? a good example of this is in vancouver where they have lives that come down to the waterfront so that it is not a linear system that if you drop from at&t park to herons head park, you just have to jog back, but you might be able to look into the neighborhood and provide down to the water and back up into the neighborhood, so it is something we're looking at as part of the connector street along the blue green way. since the community workshop and at the community workshop, we received a numbe
between the u.s. and canada ruptured, pouring at least 800,000 gallons of crude in the waterway surrounding this town. fouling the air with a noxious odor, threatening the water and, as seen in this home video, drenching local wildlife. now, that mess has turned into another one. the canadian energy giant that owns the pipeline, enbridge, is accused of deceptive tactics by dozens of homeowners affected by the spill. >> they don't know what they're signing and they sign a lot of their rights if they don't know what they're signing. >> reporter: in a giant investigation with the center for public integrity, cbs news obtained these two documents. one is this settlement form. some residents claim the company coerced them to sign it for a $300 air purifier and some evacuation expenses. in exchange releasing enbridge from and against all liability, claims and actions. the company disputes that. the other document was this release form allowing enbridge access to any and all medical records, one that had to be signed, residents claim, before enbridge would pay for a visit to a clinic.
in the u.s. and two in canada. all of the cases involve people who recently received medical care in india where the problem is widespread. >>> americans are washing their hands more often. a study finds 85% of people wash their hands in public restrooms, that's up 8% from temp and the highest rate since the survey began 14 years ago. they speculate the h1n1 outbreak last year may have sparked the improvement. no surprise here, the survey also found that women wash their hands more than men. all of that hand washing is a good thing, especially after a suggests the hand sanitizers may not do much to prevent the cold or the flu. they had them apply the san hand sanitizer to prevent an infection. 42% of the people tested positive for the common cold in the study. the number isn't much lower than the 51% in the controlled group that did not use a hand sanitizer. a sty study with a flu virus has a similar outcome. >>> a disease known as peripheral artery disease or pad occurs when fat builds up in blood vessels in areas of the body besides the brain or heart, specifically in the legs. this ofte
the air masses are strong enough to push south, but they do not have the trajectory coming out of canada that they will later in october and november when you get the trail in the air. the -- the chill in the air. fort umar, high pressure will push through -- for tomorrow, high pressure will push through. 70's and 80's. we will call a 30% chance of scattered showers thursday night and then after that another long stretch of dry days. it 62 in the morning in this city, 50's in the suburbs. we should live up to about 80 in the afternoon on thursday. as we head into friday, a couple of showers possible in the morning. then we get back to sunshine. the rain will be pretty much finished sunshine in the forecast saturday, sunday, monday, and tuesday and the temperature back in the mid 80's for next week. >> a double dose of wyck out on abc7 prime-time tonight. -- a double dose of wipe out on abc7 prime-time tonight. we do not need these people getting injured. >> and no, not at all. >> no mercy tonight on wipe out at 8:00 and 9:00 followed by no witness and abc7 news at 11:00 p.m. >> coming up
of the highway. we are showing you the delays leaving canada or that an upper the outer loop out of new carrollton looks like this. 66, 95, i-395 has the normal volume. this is traffic live in the geico camera out of springfield. >>> i like the sound effects. the final season of the oprah winfrey show got off to a dramatic start during yesterday's season premiere. the talk-show host announced a huge giveaway. >> you are going to australia. >> you heard it, australia. oprah did all 300 audience members and over the top four down under. some say they were emotionally overwhelmed when they learned about the surprise trip. >> i am using the box of tissues under my chair. i went through half a box. >> there were several celebrity guest including john travolta. they showed her first broadcast 25 years ago. actor don johnson turned down an opportunity to be the first of her guests back then but he was there yesterday for the season premiere of. >> few people turned her down now. maybe 25 years ago. >>> it is 6:42 early on this tuesday morning. outside is 62 degrees. >> our political reporter j
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this evening is at 7:17 p.m. this high-pressure stretches all the way back across southern canada which is building south and east helping to build and push this past. this should have another nice day tomorrow. this will start to reorganize as we had to work thursday night into friday morning. that represents our next best chance for showers. it is quite on the western end of this fraud. when it gets here, toward thursday night and friday morning, only scattered showers. while we have a chance for rain, not a chance for a lot of rain. were scattered activity. but in the meantime, 50's tonight and 70 around 80 tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. but the cloud will be -- clouds will be approaching. enjoy the sunshine tomorrow. it will be pretty nice with 77- 82 degrees. west winds averaging six have been told last hour. the sunrise will be at 6:48 a.m. west wins tomorrow. 5-10 knot breeze with ways around 1 foot. the bay water temperatures are -- from the low to mid 70's. 73 tomorrow after we get into the 40's tonight in some of the cooler areas. we will warm up a little smile afternoon. a
in these states here, there are also reports of two cases in canada. an unknown number in india as well. we have the commander of disease control and prevention. we say superbug. can you describe what we're talking about in this situation? what is this? >> definitely, richard. i appreciate the opportunity to be with you here. i think it's important to put the problem that's being described currently in some of these articles into perspective. many are about something called the mdm-1. there have been only three cases of this mdm-1 reports in the united states. they were reported back in june of this year. they've been investigated. as far as we're aware there are no additional cases. what we are much more concerned about is a cousin of the mdm known as kpc, which is an organism that is present in health care facilities in the united states. it's been described in more than 30 states. it's something relatively uncommon in most places right now. but it is very resis tentd to antibiotics. it's difficult to treat. aggressive action right now can help control the spread of this organism, this kpc org
's like autumn in the north woods and north to canada. we'll get a taste of that tomorrow night. here's a 10-day forecast of the air mass movement. see how we sit astride this sharp temperature demarcation line? the blue is cold air, and the orange is hot air. look at this thing that comes down over the weekend and sweeps into northern minnesota, north dakota, and even upper michigan. we will get warm as that comes in, because it will turn our winds around to the south, produce a weather system that comes in from the west, and turns our winds southerly late in the weekend early next week. so we'll warm back up and not cool off until next week at some point. we have seven 80s left to go, history tells us, and there's a pretty good rain system coming too. generous sunshine tomorrow, rain out of the forecast. but wednesday, clouds over, there could be showers late in the day and there is a very good chance of downpour generating thunderstorms thursday night. it will taper to sprinkles and will end friday which will be beautiful, saturday is beautiful and a thunderstorm sunday as we begin
it's not just afl-cio u it's richard trumka speaking to the party in canada. >> how are we going to keep an economic order. once we put the needs of workers front and center. your energy must be coordinated by strengthening the capital of global union, which can help us ensure ongoing strategic planning and concentrated coordination, particularly with the global union federation. by strengthening our global trade union movement we can recover from the crisis, rebalance inequities in our financial system so that eworkers can go about rebuilding our lives. >> how can they do that when somebody in china is making 50 cents a day. how can a union, a global union do that? especially if you're the country on the decline? why wouldn't you just throw in with the other countries? there's nothing, but growth. the media is it not going to give you the truth on this nudge towards bigger government and eventually global government. but, i will. we've taken it now from french fries to global government. french fries to medicine to global government, but where do you go from here? how do you get
, canada, australia take their own measures as the united states has done, to further sanction the iranian government. that is necessary. one would hope russia and china would now play a much more vigorous role in sending a tough message to iran that this kind of behavior is out of bounds, and that further sanctions will be forthcoming if it continues. >> nicholas burns who has been there, done that, negotiating with the iranians and negotiating at the u.n., thank you very much, nick. good to see you. >> thank you. >>> while we're been over here in tehran, there's a primary election going on back home. a lot of fantastic politics. with all the hot races, here is norah o'donnell. norah? >> great reporting there in tehran. here in the u.s. we are watching all the big races as voters head to the polls in seven states in washington, d.c. when the polls close tonight nearly all of the midterm ballots will be set. the big question, how anti-washington, anti establishment will voters use to be this year? this hour, the man whose job it is to keep house democrats in power, democratic congressional
strong strain of t.b. the feds say he flew from europe to canada and drove across the u.s. border. though they warned him he could be contagious and should not travel. the man was the first american quarantined by the federal government since 1963. a court dismissed his suit last year. we're watching lots of trouble in the tropics as fox reports tonight. hurricane igor a massive category 4 storm and headed north. hurricane julia, yeah, it's a hurricane now right behind it and, tonight, a new one. here comes karl. we're live in the extreme weather center with all the details you need. plus, the woman who calls herself the hottest sports reporter in mexico brought her hotness to fox news channel today. the nfl now investigating what happened when she was covering the new york jets this past weekend before they lost jon scott got her side of the story. we will bring it to you and a check of the cube. who is going -- [ laughter ] are you kidding me? our blago is back. he is not waiting for his retrial next year. he is asking a judge to clear his name now. we're going to planet blago as fox re
sickening people in three states. the u.s. cases and two others in canada involve people who recently received medical care in india. scientist say the gene hitches on many types of common germs. the gene is found in bacteria that causes urinary and stomach infections. >>> while the first lady is asking the nation's restaurants to add more healthy options to menus especially menus for kids. she's urging restaurants to limit the amount of butter and cream in dishes and to provide apple slices or carrots as a side dish on the menu instead of chips. her goal is to combat childhood obesity. >> when you see research showing that obese toddlers already display warning signs for heart disease, it's clear that we don't have the time to waste. >> how big is the problem? the government says 8% of students in san francisco schools are obese. and only 17% of them eat vegetables at least three times a week. >>> coming up from the s.w.a.t. team to police chief, inside the struggle to hold off a debilitating disease. >>> a cal grad jailed for a year in iran could be free in a matter of hours but ira
who can't even vote and part his hair. he's from canada, by the way. ♪ vo: what is the good egg project? vo: it's america's egg farmers who feed millions in need... vo: ....it's families who are active in their communities... ...and it's kids who learn the value of nritious foods. clint hickman: go to goodeggproject.org to learn more. >>> president obama is dead set on allowing the tax cuts for american families who make over $250,000 a year to expire. but what does that mean for small business owners? will that jack up their taxes as well and could it ultimately put them out of business and the cost to you? join us for a small business panel, michael levy, owner of emotion frames.com and hemingway consulting services group and eric cullen, owner of benefit quest insurance. good morning to all three of you. >> good morning. >> michael, let me start with you. you are a small business owner. i think some of your -- well, you have some of your frames that you brought to me. thank you very much. you just started out. i know that you say that you're not up to the $250,000 level yet,
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